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Digital Interiors at Museum of Design Atlanta

Digital Interiors was proud to be a participate in the Museum of Design Atlanta's (MODA) Opening Night Gala for the South's New Wave Exhibit this month. MODA is the only museum in the Southeast that is devoted exclusively to the study and celebration of all elements of design. Through a number of engaging exhibits, MODA takes pride in exposing how design affects our daily lives and regularly displays scenes of architecture, industrial and product design, interiors and furniture, graphics, fashion and more.
Their current exhibit is The South's NEXT WAVE Design Challenge running through March 2013. Part exhibition, part competition; NEW WAVE pairs interior space and object designers to create imaginative spaces throughout the museum. MODA visitors not only browse and enjoy the exhibitions, but are asked to choose their favorite. The winning designers earn both bragging rights and a cash prize. It's definitely worth checking out while you can.
We may be partial to one vignette in particular as we are thrilled to be a part of this outstanding exhibit:
Ben Rose snapped this fantastic photo of the full exhibit by Habachy Designs. Amy Rader was the talent behind the art and Les Roberts did the finishes and architectural wood for the guitar neck.  The masterminds at Creative Voltage were behind the lighting, and Digital Interiors took care of the sound and smart system.  We also want to credit Stampede for the printing and Yerra Rugs for the custom hide rug!  It was quite the project but we think it turned out to be pretty spectacular, don't you?
If you agree, be sure you vote for us during your next MODA visit. There is some tough competition but we couldn't be more proud of our contribution and think that Habachy Designs definitely deserve the recognition!

The Art of Hiding Technology

It's been a busy few weeks and Vice President George Ide, along with the rest of the Digital Interiors team, has been up to our necks in Lunch & Learns. We wanted to give some shout-outs to the companies that allowed us to come and teach "The Art of Hiding Technology" classes to architects and builders in and around the Atlanta area. It is a CEDIA course that presents CEU (continuing education credits) to attendees.
  • AVI Martin Windows welcomed us to present to a group of about 18 architects and designers.
  • Friday we had a fantastic Lunch and Learn session in Blue Ridge, Ga with Cindy Trimble Kelly Studios and her staff.  Blue Ridge, Ga is fast becoming a hot spot retirement community for people from all over the Eastern United States.  Many Florida retirees are leaving and north!  Cindy is the only ASID certified interior designer in that area. It was an intimate and well-received class and were so thankful for the opportunity to meet with Cindy and hear team.
  • We also presented at Curtain Call on Tuesday. Curtain Call is an annual event that provides architects and designers in Atlanta with an opportunity to earn multiple CEU credits in one day.
  • HKS, Inc. Architects also featured the class on the 50th floor of their building. It was quite the experience presenting with such an amazing view, to about 20 eager architects.
If you're company is interested in one of our Lunch and Learn programs, contact Chuck Schlick at 770-844-5800.

A Glimpse At The 4th Annual Atlanta Housing Summit

As you already know, Digital Interiors was proud to host the 4th Annual Atlanta Housing Summit this October at 5 Seasons Brewing. It was a huge success and we are going to share some of our favorite snapshots from the night (taken by local photographer, John Seibel) but first a little background on the history of the Atlanta Housing Summit. The first Atlanta Housing Summit was held 4 years ago during what most people in our business would consider a black period. The economy was at a low point and architects, interior designers, builders and the like were all struggling to make ends meet. But not everyone was losing out and a number of great companies were still keeping their heads above water.  Digital Interiors' very own Chuck Schlick set up the Atlanta Housing Summit as a chance for those that were still in business, despite the economic slump, to get together and celebrate. Business men and women gathered to share success stories, ideas for the future, and overall have a nice relaxing evening with colleagues who were going through the same struggles. Thankfully the economy in our field has improved and you could certainly tell by the mood at this years event! The positivity radiated as over 80 professionals kicked back and enjoyed an evening of delicious food and brews, great presentations, awesome prizes, and fantastic conversation. It was our biggest and best event yet and we are looking forward to year number 5! But enough about history... onto the main event. John Seibel did a great job capturing some key moments throughout the night and we wanted to share them with you all. [caption id="attachment_280" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Georgie Ide (VP) teaching a Pre-Summit class on "The Art of Hiding Technology". This was offered as a free class to builders and architects who arrived early to the Housing Summit. It also earned them CEU credits[/caption] [caption id="attachment_282" align="aligncenter" width="627"] We've retired our old "fleet" and couldn't be more proud to show off the new vans! A big thank you to 5 Seasons Brewing for being such great hosts and letting us 'show off' a little in the parking lot![/caption] [caption id="attachment_281" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Our fantastic group of auction items included a weekend stay at Tybee Island, a Dick Vitale autographed basketball, a set of outdoor speakers, custom artwork, and an autographed photo of Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle. All the items were donated and 100% of the proceeds when to the Children's Health Network of Atlanta. A big Thank you to everyone who donated these items and those who donated to such a great cause.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_283" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Ron Rimawi, President of Digital Interiors, talks with architect Adam Williamson[/caption] [caption id="attachment_284" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Some of our amazing sponsors from SpeakerCraft and Crestron Electronics HQ. Without our amazing sponsors this event would not be possible. We thank you![/caption] [caption id="attachment_285" align="aligncenter" width="627"] Chuck Schlick of Digital Interiors shows off one of the great auction items with John Reynolds of Marmi Natural Stone. Chuck has organized and hosted the Atlanta Housing Summit every year, and judging by the turnout and feedback from this last event, he's doing a great job! Thanks Chuck![/caption] [caption id="attachment_286" align="aligncenter" width="625"] A great turn out![/caption] [caption id="attachment_288" align="aligncenter" width="624"] Guest Speaker AJ Robinson of Central Atlanta Progress[/caption] Be sure you head over to our Facebook page, like us, and check out the full album of photos (more to come) from the evening. We'll be sharing more inside scoops on the evening but couldn't resist giving you a little glimpse. Thank you to everyone who made this such a fantastic event.

Custom Experience: Goodnight

asleepLast week we talked about one of our most popular custom experiences, Coming Home. It's a fan favorite and we think you can guess why. This week we're going to tell you all about another great custom home automation experience. But this one doesn't welcome you home, this one helps tuck you in at night: the Goodnight. How many times have you and your spouse settled into bed at the end of a long and stressful night, and just when you've gotten your pillow to the exact shape you love, it hits you. You left the kitchen light on. You also left the living room light on. And you can see the TV remote smirking at you from across the room. Way. To. Go. Now you decide to strike up a rousing game of "Not It" with your spouse as you both make a case for why the other should be the one to get up. It happens to all of us, some more often than others, but with the Goodnight custom experience from Digital Interiors, you can kiss the "Not It" game goodbye! The Goodnight experience allows you to tuck your whole house in at the end of the night, with the touch of a button. Simply press the bedside goodnight button and relax into your comfy pillow while your system turns off the house lights, slowly dims the bedroom lights, arms the security system, and sets the thermostat to your desired sleep temperature. Plus you can also set the bedroom TV to shut off after 30 minutes so you don't have to worry about the credits of your favorite flick waking you up in the middle of the night. Talk about a great way to drift off into dream land! Never again will you have to muster the courage to hop out from under the covers and race through the house hitting light switches. Feel comfortable, safe, and relaxed each and every night while you're home tucks itself in. Contact Digital Interiors in Atlanta today to learn more about the Goodnight custom home experience, and prepare yourself for a beauty sleep boost! Image courtesy of Danilo Rizzuti / FreeDigitalPhotos.net